Masters Security have written Football Association of Malawi (Fam) on the status of want-away Ghanaian defender, Eric Atsiga.
The Lilongwe-based side acted after Atsiga reportedly resigned from Masters to push for a move to join TNM Super League leaders Be Forward Wanderers, who unveiled him as their player about two weeks ago.
Masters General Secretary, Christopher Njeula, said Atsiga still belongs to them.
Njeula said they would like him to return and help them fight relegation.
“We have no intention of stopping Atsigah from joining Wanderers. We just want normal procedures being followed in this transfer. We have written Fam to advise Wanderers about our intentions for a round table discussion on the matter.
“Fam handles all issues to do with transfers, so we want all concerned parties to sit down and map the way forward. There will always be ways of sorting out such problems,” Njeula said.
Wanderers Chairperson Gift Mkandawire welcomed the development, saying it would give a chance for the player to choose a team of his choice.
“We have no problem meeting Fam and Masters. We want this player in our camp and for sure, this meeting will help us reaffirm our desire of taking him on board,” Mkandawire said.
Towards the kickoff of the current season, Wanderers also raided the Masters camp and signed the deadly trio of Batatunde Adepoju, Francis Mkonda and Vincent Nyangulu.